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friend fred sachs, and fred, how old are you? >> 85. >> for those that have an excuse as to why they shouldn't exercise, i wanted to bring fred in. first of all, fred and i are friends. fred has a goal. what are we doing in march? >> we're going to do the marathon in virginia beach virginia beach -- in virginia beach called the shamrock. >> the rock 'n' roll -- >> no, that's another one. the shamrock has both the half and the full. >> the funny thing is, fred keeps northeast straight. so we're training for that. as part of that training we're doing the 5-k he's also doing the rely in the baltimore marathon. in preparation for those things, besides the cardiothat we're doing together and what he's doing on his own, we're doing resistance exercising, because at 85, there is muscle mass. one of the things fred does is knowing where your body is in space and time when you age. fred, show them your squat, please. fred does these great. he's going to position his feet underneath his knees, and he's going to stand up, but not pushing against the chair. believe it or not, he's going to
's memori services at ground zero. she's still there now. susan? >> reporter: hi, fred. as this is winding down, you know, every year this is a mixture of pain and pride. pain, of course, shared by the famiesli of tososs who are lost that day and the collective pain of a nation, but there is also pride. pride and shared memories of loved ones, pride in what they accomplished pride in what this country stands for. also there is pride in what is taking place now, what is taking shape at ground zero. that i particularhis year the 9/11 memorial. family members for the very first time werescorted by people who are active involved alin putting t hat memorial together. so, for example, they are seeing the outlines of the reflecting pools that are taking shape. they also saw the 16 swamp oak esees that have been brought to the plaza. these are trees llthat were partially grown in new york, i new jersey a pennsylvania and virginia, all locations with ties to what happened on 9/11. of course, this memorial will be built -- will be opened one year from today,n thene xton anniversary, and everyone is
wright reports tonight, hollywood has taken notice. >> hey, it's fred. >> reporter: he's the beevis or butthead of the youtube generation. >> oh, my god. it's cold. i'm swimming. i love swimming. >> reporter: a 17-year-old playing a 6-year-old with manic energy and an extremely obnoxious voice. >> give me a bigger pool. >> reporter: the character fred figuralhorn has made the actor a sensation. >> someone told me about youtube. what's that and it interested me so i started posting videos on there just for fine and i guess they sort of took off. >> reporter: the first to break 1 million subscribers. now he has double that number on fans. his most watched video, fred goes swimming. >> this pool is big enough for me because i don't ask for lots. >> reporter: has had more than 45 million views. three times the number that tune in each week to watch the most popular sitcom on network tv. ♪ >> reporter: of course, unlike charlie sheen lucas crookshank doesn't make $2 million an episode. >> honestly my life at home hasn't changed. i still live in the same town and go to the same high sch
wiig, the guy who plays me, fred armisen, andy samberg, and the creator, lorne michaels. they're here from the set in one of the late night's running shows. if you don't know what n"saturdy night live" is, you're not from this planet. next on "larry king live." tomorrow night, "saturday night live" will celebrate the beginning of its 36th year at 11:30 eastern time. we have five outstanding cast members and the exec producer with us. we're in studio 8 h. our guests are lorne michaels, amy poehler, who we hear will host the show tomorrow night. she's the three time award nominee, seth meyers is the anchor of weekend update and the head writer of this program, the emmy writer, kristen wiig, you know her as nancy pelosi. fred armisen, you know him as me or joy behar, and andy samberg. >> how did this idea get conceived? >> i think it got conceived because herb schlasser who was writing nbc felt there should be production back in new york. he had a strong affection for live programming and in the glory days of new york television. >> "the tonight show" had been on. >> yes. i was down stai
, potenti potentially deadly bacteria that no antibiotic can stop. and it's a special night for fred and wilma ♪ oh, happy anniversary happy anniversary ♪ happy anniversary happy anniversary ♪ captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. as rainstorms go, this one is huge, and it's heading up the east coast tonight. flood warnings and watches are posted from the carolinas to the canadian border, and the rainfall is setting records. while most places will see between two and six inches, some will get close to a foot. dean reynolds is in carolina beech, north carolina, tonight. dean, this storm is making it dangerous on the roads, and i know there's been one deadly crash already. >> reporter: sadly that's true, katie. the first fatalities from this storm that has been pounding east coast from here to maine. the victim's car ran off rain-slicked highway 64 over two hours east of raleigh where it plowed into a watery ditch, killing four members of a georgia family. the
is the anchor of "weekend update." emmy winner, christian wig on nancy pelosi or the target later. fred, you know him as me or governor patterson or joy behar and andy sandburg best known for his digital stuff. how did this idea get conceived? >> i think it got conceived because herb who was writing nbc felt there should be production back in new york and he had a strong affection for live television in the glory days. i was downstairs with johnny carson. they wanted a new show. the time period at that point was carson was best of carson which was reruns they decided to do a new show and dick who had just been hired as the director of late night -- at the time i was working with lilly on writing and producing on her shows, both at cbs and abc. i had begun at nbc with the phyllis diller show and "laugh-in," but all in california. >> larry: "saturday night live," what a history. amy, how did you get on to the show? >> well, i auditioned like everyone here did. and i had some friends that were on the show already and of course grew up watching it, and then i just met lorne in an undisclosed loc
time and one of the first series to show husbands and wives sleeping in the same bed. >> relax, fred. >> tonight! >> reporter: the flint stones came off the drawing board known as the flagstones in this pilot. they were also called the gladstones. >> back to the drawing border. >> reporter: before claiming their place in history as the flintstones. >> when the flintstones was launched, they were trying to get adults to watch, but the bonus was you got adults and you got children, so families sat together and watched the flint stones. >> reporter: by now, the characters are part of the culture. fred and wilma flint stone, barney and betty rubble, and all their neolithic neighbors. >> hi, neighbors! >> reporter: the original steers ran for six years, but it lives on to this day in reruns on cable. >> they dealt with the kinds of issues that-- that everyday suburban couples still deal with-- financial problems, marital woes, embarrassing situations. >> reporter: and in the process, fred created one of the most enduring expressions in the english language... >> yabba-dabb-do! >> reporter
an idea of what's been transpiring there even after the first ladies spoke. >> well, fred, this morning at the memorial service, one by one the names of the 40 victims on board united flight 93 were read out loud and a bell rang in each of their memories. this land is now owned by the national park service. they have been giving out ribbons for people to write well hwishes on. peopleave tied them along the fence leaving signs and mementos. flowers, pictures, waeaving the national flag as well.lt leaving heartfelt messages to the victims of the crash. some are heartfelt. others say simple messages like "thank you for the courage to act." it was that courage that former first lady laura bush and first lady michelle obama talked about this rning. >> i come he today not just as fit lady on behalf of my husband and a grateful nation. i come as an americaned filled with aense of awe at the heroism of my fellow citizens. i come as a wife, a daughter and a sister, heartbroken at the loss so many of you have endured. i come as a mother thinking about wh my daughters and what all of our sons and
an incredible love story came to an end. >> reporter: when fred davis was just 13 and mary herbert was 11, he told her he wanted to marry her. >> he told me that he wanted to marry me and he wanted to grow old with me. rr seven years later, they elope and took wedding vows in front of a judge in upper marlboro. >> it was romantic. the secret of eloping was exciting to him. >> reporter: she was a nurse. he was a rodeo rider. a champion rodeo rider. an accomplished golfer. this is one of his trophies. an avid hunter. this is his bear. with all of this going on, fred always found time for mary. >> we were very special. he wrote me little poems. we always did little, planned little vacations. got away. friday was our day. all the friends knew it's friday. fred has to go. >> reporter: he worked as a contractor. fixing this, remodeling that. that's exactly what he was doing one year ago at this building on forestville road. working on a bathroom when a man come in an open door, goes upstairs, fires a gun, kills fred davis. the best evidence in the way, shadowy security camera video of the suspect l
: fred, i can tell you that one of the women is being questioned by detectives right now about the nature of this group were they in fact, a cult or did they breakaway from a more traditional church to form their own prayer group. here is what we know. the sheriff's department told us it was an absolutely great sunday, he said everyone is okay, no crimes have been committed, despite the fact that there was a huge national manhunt taking place for the five women and eight children and fred, the way that it came to the attention of authorities that they were finding is that apparently, there was somebody here at the park, they recognized the cars and they saw this group of 13 sitting under a tree, on the grass, praying. they immediately called authorities, authorities came out to this park and found that they were fine. and you could imagine, as we roll in, the press, all the sheriff cars, the look of surprise on the faces of this group of people who are sitting on the grass praying. unbeknownst to them, there was a manhunt going on and one of the women told me in spanish, she was surprised
the palestinians will walk out of the talks. fred de sam lazaro visited the dry and windy west bank. >> gilad freund has spent much of his adult life here as a farmer, an occupation not commonly associated with his roots in new york city. but as a jew, freund says he has his own concept of roots and geography. >> i was brought up to believe that the jewish people have a historical strong connection with the land of israel, and even though there's a good life in america, i felt that it was an important step for me to come here. >> freund arrived 30 years ago and settled in the village of tekoa, about 30 miles from jerusalem, a place that dates back to biblical times. >> tekoa is the home of the prophet amos. he was a real farmer, and in the book of amos he prophesizes that the people of israel will come back to the land and that they will settle on the land, and they will plant gardens and grow fruit trees, and he used these biblical agricultural analogies in his prophesy. >> gilad freund embodies not just that prophesy but also the zionist vision of a jewish state that led to the formation of
people use the internet. garlg house is now aol's highest ranking man in silicon valley. fred garlghouse, president of consumer applications to yahoo and once so loyal, he shaved a y in his head and it has peanut butter. joining us from forbes, you are one of the first people to lead aol because you are willing to say, here's what we need to do. is that fair compliment? >> i think one of the key things about any turn around environment is being comfortable speaking very candidly about the problems very iently. i think sometimes, particularly a company like aol that is today a very different company than 18 months ago, people forget, america obanline, we were the people that brought america online, aol. we lost our way, i can't point to how and where and why and sometime in the timewarner merger, aol lost its way. we're in the process of getting our mojo back. three time theres capture that. tim armstrong from google was a major step doing that. he's hired key leaders and described a strong management team rebuilt. the second thing that does touch on, as you introduced, the contrast india
town of laredo, texas. he's said to have organized the killings of hundreds of people. fred burton has been following his actions along the border. he's a former counterterrorism agent with the state department and a vice president with stratford global intelligence. he joins us in austin, texas. fred, were we know there is an awful lot of drug running that exists on both sides of the border. how rare is it, though, for an american-born citizen to be this highly placed in one of these cartels? >> it's very rare. la barbie has managed to make his way to the stop of a ruthless cartel and i think that he certainly has earned that right based on his known viciousness. he was operating as a hitman in mexico as well as a security chief for beltran leva. >> we have some video of his interrogation andey want to play that and get your reaction. >> what was the route that you operated? >> translator: panama to mexico. >> translator: how did you manage the money? how do you do it to move so much cash? >> translator: well, cash would come to me from the united states. >> translator: how do they se
in forestville, maryland. pat collins has the report. >> reporter: when fred davis was just 13, and mary her better was 11, he told her he wanted to marry her. >> he told me that he wanted to marry me. and he wanted to grow old with me. >> reporter: seven years later they eloped and took wedding vows in front of a judge in upper marlboro. >> it was romantic. that secret of eloping was exciting to him. >> reporter: she was a nurse. he was a rodeo rider. a champion rodeo rider. an accomplished golfer. this is one of his trophies. and an avid hunter. this is his bear. but with all of this going on, fred always found time for mary. >> we were a very special couple, i would say. he wrote me little poems, we always did little, planned little vacations, got away. fridays was our day. everybody knew it. all the friends knew it was friday. >> reporter: to put bread on the table davis worked as a contractor. fixing this, remodeling that. that was what he was doing one area ago at this building on forestville road. working on a bathroom when a man come in an open door, goes upstairs, fires a gun, and k
, the government is making a good argument to have this father's case dismissed? >> a federal court, fred, that's the answer. the federal court is going to dismiss this case based on standing as avery just said. isn't it sort of a dangerous precedent? this guy is on a kill or capture list. his father is saying, look, let's stop at this time, get a little due process here. just because allegations are made about his criminal activity, don't we need to vet it? don't we need to litigate it? aren't we entitled to discovery? can't the government be wrong? what happens if they are wrong and they kill this guy? i don't know the answers. this is the united states. it seems contrato our values and laws this a mere allegation can result in a, perhaps, kill list. a little scary. >> how long will this process last, how long before the federal court determines whether, indeed, the department of defense has a good argument here, national security has a good argument here? richard, you first. >> i think this is going to move very quickly, fred. i think 60 to 90 days it's going to be disposed of. >> avery? >>
and last night in south beach was no exception. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. bray lynn edwards started the game on the sidelines, but by the third quarter he was leading the jets. here we go to miami. edwards was benched the the first quarter because of a draunken driving arrest. the jets were up, 20-17. final seconds. dolphins needing a touchdown. but pickedoff in the end zone and that was it. >>> michael vick back on the field again and proof that he should be the eagles' starting quarterback. philly fans quickly forgetting about donovan mcnabb. >>> cowboys finally got in the win column. tony romo found roy williams twice. they beat the texans 27-13. >>> let's go to minnesota where they finally hit their striechltd peterson ripped off a touchdown. they shaved the lions 24-10. >>> the falcons had luck on their side in new orleans. the saints missed it for a win. falcons beat the champs 27-24. >>> in seattle, two kick off returns for touchdowns. his first to start the third quarter, his second, 99 yards to put the seahawks l
night in san francisco, and then things really heated up. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> good morning. it was tight and it came down to the wire, but in the end, the super bowl champs escaped san francisco with a victory. it was a seesaw battle. 49ers down 8, but they needed a two-point conversion to tie. smith, the vernon davis rules no good on the field. but after review, they overturned it. now we have over a minute to play. just enough time to march down the fields. the saints will take it, they won it, 25-22. >>> in yanew york, the yshges honored george steinbrenner, very fitting for the larger than life owner who brought seven series title toes new york. steinbrenner would have been proud of granderson's performance. a two-run homer in the third and then he did it again. the yanks beat the rays, 8-6. >>> bases loaded for juan rivera who ripped a shot to center. the rangers julio grabbed the ball and pushed it back into the park. >>> this time, it was a player who stunned everyone. seventh inning, a fan wearing a spandex suit aletter
things interesting. here is fred regula rogan. >>> manny ramirez held a news conference, answered every question. he answered every question in spanish with an interpreter, even though he speaks fluent english. on deck and would have made his debut. he hit this three-run bomb to right. the sox held on to win 4-3. yanks mark texixeira and two rus on the rays in the sixth inning. home run show impressive, how about 43 for jose batista? he leads the majors. >>> and ninth inning, rangers, pitch got away from the catcher, in comes willie bloomquist. a walkoff wild pitch. and that's the way it ends. royals win 10-9. another walkoff by the marlins. a single to left. hanley ramirez, green light at second. and under the tag. marlins beat the nationals 1-0. the reds, chapman made his major league debut. fastball clocked at 109 miles in the minors. not a bad start for the kid defected from cuba. struck out one in an inning of work. joey votto with a stop at first. and incredible throw to second for the out. scott roland's turn. and the reds win 8-4. that's your early look at sports on "early today
in will be greatly missed. also, haute fred passed away on september 9. -- also, fred pastoring on september 9. he was born in 1933 and at the age of 14, he attended and graduated from a high school, where he played on the soccer team. they settled in san francisco, where they raised their family and operated a grocery stores for decades. he committed himself to serving the african-american community and was a devoted follower of a christian faith and helped to establish the st. george orthodox church in san francisco. he coached adult soccer, and his passion for soccer was passed on to his children and returned to their children. he will be deeply missed by his friends and family, who he touched. he will be missed, and i have other items to submit. clerk calvillo: thank you, supervisor dufty. supervisor mirkarimi? supervisor mirkarimi: can we do that on behalf of the whole board? president chiu: yes. supervisor mirkarimi: making it easy for the general public throughout the city and county of san francisco. things have changed, and so have our city codes, which of fallen behind the times. using t
to you? nancy? fred? no. well it is. in a high-risk area, there's a 1-in-4 chance homes like us will flood. i'm glad i got flood insurance. fred, you should look into it. i'm a risk-taker. [ female announcer ] only flood insurance covers floods. visit floodsmart.gov/risk to learn your risk. >>> bermuda is on alert and people are taking cover there hurricane igor is closing in with a lot of wind and rain and our reynolds wolf is right in the middle of it. >> reporter: the sent over hurricane igor is still some distance away from bermuda, but the outer ba bands are coming through, coming through with some incredibly strong winds gusting up to 60, 70 miles per hour much heavy rainfall intermitt it tent at times and surf spectacular. behind me, you can see what is left of elbow beach, everything else covered by the water and high waves continue to roll n many of the roads have been closed. the major causeway that connects part of bermuda has also been shut down due to the strong winds. traveling is dangerous on the island. however, we were able to get out a while ago and this is wha
on the gridiron as college football season opened one a full slate of games. here's fred roggin with a early look at your sports headline. >>> good morning, kicking off the football season with 25 teams in action. jacoby harris making an early bid for the heisman trophy. 13 is a lucky number for miami. they won big, 45-0. one heisman hopeful. terrell pryor led number two, ohio state in a win over marshall. he capped off the first half of a 65-yard strike. buckeyes roll, 45-7. game of the night in salt lake, 15th ranked pittsburgh down 11 in the fourth quarter when they mounted a comeback. john bald winn, a 44-yard touchdown reception. utah up by three. dan hutchins with the tie and he missed. wait a minute, utah called time-out right before he kicked it. hutchins with another shot to tie the game. he nails it. pittsburgh rallies to force overtime. however, in the extra period, utah's joe phillips hits the chip shot for the win. utah with the first upset of the season knocked off 15, pittsburgh, 27-24 in o.t. >>> usc can't go to a bowl game, but they started the season with the trip to hawaii. the
ramirez has joined the chicago white sox and is already making things interesting. here is fred rogan with an early look at sports headlines. >>> good morning, yes or no here? always something with manny ramirez. he joined the white sox yesterday, held a news conference, answered every question the media ask, but with a catch. everything in spanish with an interpreter, even though he speaks flute englis s fluent en. manny ramirez on deck and would have made his debut. no need nfor manny. sox hold on to win. teixeira helps the yanks take over the first place in the east. and if you thought 30 homers were impressive, how about 43 for batista. >>> and ninth inning, tied 9-9 against the rangers. in comes willie bloomquist. a walkoff wild pitch. 19 runs, and that's the way it ends, 10-9. >>> walkoff by the marlins, scoreless in the tenth. and green light from second. play at the plate, ramirez under the tag. marlins beat the nationals 1-0. >>> reds, uraldis chapman made his major league debut. he topped the century mark four times against the brewers. not a bad start for the kid who defect
the chicago white sox yesterday. and of course i have the sogs on this one. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> good morning. last week the chicago white sox took a chance on manny ramirez. now they're riding a six game win streak after sweeping the red sox. down to its final out in the ninth. rbi single to center tied it at 5. moments later, sacks full and the white sox took the lead, went on to win it 7-5 for their first sweep at fenway in 19 years. >>> rangers and twins. texas down two. sacks full in the ninth. ground ball. everybody was safe. hudson saw michael young wandering, got him to end the game. but here's the controversy. the umpire called him out because he touched his third base coach. ball game over. here's the replay. looked like he was right. a very slight touch, none the let less, they made contact. >>> incredible grab. however, two runs tag on the play and tied the game at six. stayed that way until the tenth. scott kuz ins had never had a major league hit up now. marlins won it 7-6. another great finish, this time in colleg
and the rays are going to the playoffs. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. eva longoria called out reds fans after less than 13,000 showed up to thursday's game. close to 18,000 watched the rays clench a playoff game. the fans who were there witnessed a historic game for the franchise. carlos pena gave the rays a 3-0 lead. then in the fifth, carl crawford, who will likely be on a different team next year, his his 17th of the season. tampa led it, 5-0. david smith struck out 8 for his 19th victory. the rays clenched the season spot with a 5-0 win over the orioles. the yankees are back in the playoffs. c.c. sabathia. the yanks have qualified for the playoffs a remarkable 15th time in 16 years. >>> to the red, carlos hit one deep and unfortunately for him, drew stubs was there. a home run grabbing grab kept the game close. jay bruce clenched the n.l. central. the walk-off homer, the reds advance, 3-2. >>> the braves are doing everything they can to lock up the wild card. braves beat the marlins, 3-2. they have a game and a half lead
in the race for first place between the yankees and the rays in the american league east. here is nbc fred roggin with a look at your sports headlines. >> good morning. the first two games went to extra innings and the season finale lived up to its hype. the ball hit the butt end of jeter's bat. the manager came out to argue the case and he was sent for an early shower. wouldn't you know it. next batter, curtis granderson hit his 18th homer of the year. stan johnson hit his second home ripped his second two-run homer of the night. the rays were up, 4-3. now to the ninth, tying run on third. first, alex rodriguez hit the plate and he struck out swinging. rays take over first place with a 4-3 win. >>> it's a three-horse race, troy tulowitzki hit a homer against the padres. rockies won, 9-6. they're just 2 1/2 behind the first place padres. >>> great finish in cincinnati. diamondbacks down two. two outs in the ninth. adam la roche hit one high. he hit it deep. if it's out, it ties the game. jay hustled to the wall and robbed him of a homer. what a way to win it. rays win in dramatic fashion,
place between the yankees and the rays in the american league east. here is nbc's fred roggin. >> good morning. the first two games went to extra innings and the season finale lived up to its hype. pick it up in the seventh. it appears derek jeter gets hit with the ball. but take a look, the ball hit the butt end of jeter's bat. the manager came out to argue the case and he was sent for an early shower. wouldn't you know it. next batter, curtis granderson hit his 18th homer of the year. two-run bomb puts the yanks up 3-2. it wouldn't last for long. stan johnson hit his second home ripped his second two-run homer of the night. the rays were up, 4-3. now to the ninth, tying run on third. first, alex rodriguez hit the plate and he struck out swinging. rays take over first place with a 4-3 win. >>> it's a three-horse race for the nl west thanks to the surging rockies. troy tulowitzki hit a homer against the padres. think third multi hit game in a week. rockies won, 9-6. they're just 2 1/2 behind the first place padres. >>> great finish in cincinnati. diamondbacks down two. two outs in the
will start their postseason. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> the morning. the minnesota twins were the first team to clench their division. even though the playoffs are two weeks away, francisco lariano will be the first starter. reached behind his back, snared the comebacker with his glov there was a two-hour rain delays. rays won it, 7-2, they'r 1 1/2 back in the l. east. how about one from the twins' nick blackburn. no glove needed. knocked the ball down with his leg. playoffs can't start soon enough for the twins. >>> jose lopez had quite a game against the blue jays, h three home runs, bringing his total to 10. the mariners have been waiting for this all season. lop lopez capped off the trifecta with a two-run bomber in the eighth. mariners won it, 6-3. >>> funny moments in the game, ray oswalt hit martin prado. it was about the only contact the braves ha all night. in the eighth, ibanez ripped this into the corner. phils won. >>> johnny peralta bare handed the toss and threw it to first. one more time, when u've got a speedster like j
the unprecedented step of stripping reg j bush of the most coveted trophy in college sports. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. after the opening weekend of college football the biggest story so far has been off the field. yahoo!'s sources report that reg j bush will be stripped of his 2005 heisman trophy by the end of the month. according to sources they will side with the findings that bush accepted improper benefits while at usc making him ineligible during the 2005 season. they released a statement saying yahoo!'s reports are inaccurate. if he's indeed stripped of the heisman he'll be the first player in the # 5-history of the award to have it taken away. >>> golf, tiger woods received good news. zack johnson, 21-year-old ricky fowler also made the squall. ryder cup starts october 21st and can be seen on nbc. >>> baseball. pick it up in the eighth. tied at seventh. an rbi single down the line. phillies took the lead and also first place in the nl east with an 8-7 win. the brewers' player saved 600 games. got aaron miles to ground out
their race to the division title a sprint to the finish line. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. it was a chance for either the yanks or rays to pull away in the a.l. east. yet after four games, we're back to where we started after a split in the big apple. worst outing of the year for c.c. sabathia. rays were up, 4-3. that was it for c.c. who was charged with a season high seven runs. it was frustrating for the yanks. in the seventh, vasquez hit not one, not two, but three straight batters. that ties a major league mark. the rays won it big, 10-3. they're now just a half game back of the yanks for first place. >>> in toronto, batista continues to hit the cover off the ball, smashed his league leading 50th home run of the year, becoming just the 26th player to his that mark. a single in the fifth game him 200 hits for the 10th straight season. first player ever to do it. in the seventh, thought he had a chance to make the grab. instead, he took a tumble and head over heels and on to the field. that's embarrassing. blue jays won it,
's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. for the third straight week, the monday night football game decided in the final minutes. bears and packers. pick it up in the fourth. packers up, 10-7. they made a huge mistake. there hester goes, 62 yards to the house. his eighth punt return for a touchdown in his career and the bears were up, 14-10. they were answer aaron rogers scramble and he scrambled and called his own number. he was in for the score. a gutsry play and the packers led, 17-14. final seconds, tied at 17. bears milked the clock. robbie gold came in and nailed a 19-yarder. bears remain undefeated with a 20-17 win. >>> some sad news from the football world. hall of fame quicker and characteristic george blandon passed away yesterday. he retired one month shy of his 4e89 birthday. he place for the bears, colts and oilers, but will best be remembered for his years with the 9ers. >>> blue jays, this is not how you want to start a game. a lineup stumbled off the mound. that's an unusual first pitch. with a start like that, you can on
outfielder manny ramirez. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> good morning. manny ramirez had singled in his white sox debut, but for the second straight game, he was more effective from the on-deck circle. to cleveland. indians up 4-2. with manny on deck, paul konerko gave them the lead with a three-run homer. remember, what he on deck tuesday when a.j. practice zinn ski hit the go-ahead homer. white sox won 6-4. >>> in florida, flash back to tuesday. the nationals' nyjer morgan separated the shoulder of marlins catcher hayes with a vicious hit the the plate. clean play. last night, chris volstad plucked morgan. we're even, right? wrong. morgan then stole two bases and put florida up 11 runs. kind of an unwritten rule not to steal in such a blowout. morgan's next at-bat, volstad threw behind him and morgan charged the mound. first baseman gaby sanchez came in and clothes-lined him. the benches cleared, resulting in a massive dog pile. the worst of it was when sanchez came flying in out of nowhere. they won 16-10. >>> and the debut was just another d
with divisional pennant races start to go reach a fever pitch. here'sbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. the closest ploff race in baseball is not in the a.l. east, but oust west in the national league. padres were in first when the day started. this did not help. former cardin ryan ludwick couldn't make the grab. they went on to beat the padres, 4-0. the padres were in first, but not any more because the giants had their way with the dodgers. on ree hough busted the game open with home run. giants went on to win. they're now in first. don't forget about the rockies. they're 2 1/2 out. now we're going to show you a piece of tape. if you're the least bit squeamish, turn your head for a moment. the good news, everybody turned out to be ox. a white sox player hit in the face by an 89-mile-an-hour pitch from carl pervano. kanerko suffered a bloody nose, but stayed in the game. in third, a homer, unfortunately not enough. the twins won it, 8-5. >>> floyd mayweather may finally have met his match. he's been hit with three more felony charge in a domesti
already clenched playoff spots, but the division race is still up for grabs. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. with every remaining game, it appears the a.l. east will come down to the final weekend of the season. let's start in tampa. the rays gave away 20,000 free tickets. apparently that's the only way they can sell out. the full house had little to cheer about. felix lined one into right. they won that one, 2-0. yankees and blue jays, they honored the manager fido that is retiring at the end of the season. most of the guys took off their mustaches when the same garted, except for travis schneider. yanks remain half a game back in the east. >>> now to atlanta, the braves put up four against them. the magic number to clench the wild card is now two after a 5-1 win. >>> great catch in the indians/tigers game. crow drifted back, back, maybe off balance. definitely a catch worth crowing about. grab great by trevor. >>> an unheard of ending between the mariners and rangers. tied game, two down, man on first. nelson cruz struck ou
bowl champs hosted brett favre and the vikings. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. after a long summer the nfl kicked off another season and the super bowl champs wasted no time getting party started. rematch. first possession, drew brees made it look easy in the big easy. safety to just five to grab a 7-0 lead. we go to the second when brett favre found his groove, connected and the vikes were up 9-7. they picked up where they left off last season. >>> when tom brady was involved in a two-car accident near his boston home. according to reports brady t-boned a van who went through a red light. good thing he showed up. he signed a four-year $72 million contract extension making him the highest played player in nfl history. now he's got money to buy a new car. >>> albert pujols. st. louis up 7-3 after four. teammate kobe rasmus must have been taking notes himself. jose bautista leads all of baseball. in his 44th against the rangers unfortunately for toronto, not enough. texas won it, 4-2. >>> we go to denver. five runs down from cin
to the division title a sprint to the finish line. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. it was a chance for either the yanks or rays to pull away i the a.l. east. yet after four games, we're back to where we started after a split. rays were up, 4-3. it was frustrating for the yanks. in the venth, vasquez hit not one, not two, but three straight batters. the ra won it big, 10-3. >>> in toronto, batista continues to hit the cover off the ball, becoming just the 26th player to his the 25th home run of the year. a single in the fifth game him 200 hits for the 10th straight season. first player ever to do it. in the seventh, thought he had a chance to make the grab. instead, he took a tumble and head over heels and on to the field. that's embarrassed. blue jays won it, 1-0. >>> ribaeot the runs going and capped things off with a grand slam. first player to hit two home runs in one inning tis season. giants won, 13-0. they're in first place in the west. >>> albert pujols hit a pair of homers against the pirates. >>> finally, great college football.
for the division title a sprint to the finish line. here's fred roggin. >> good morning. it was a chance for either the yanks for rays to pull away yet after four games we're back to where we started after a split in the big apple. cc sabathia, he walked rodriguez. rays up 4-3. that was it for cc charged with a season high seven runs. the thing that was frustrating. vasquez hit not one, not two but three straight batters and ties a major league mark. they won it 10-3 a half back of the yanks. >>> smashes league leading 50th homer of the year, becoming the 26th player to reach the mark. the mariners ichiro accomplished an impressive feat a single in the fifth gave him 200 hits for the tenth straight season. >>> funny moment, down the third baseline. he took a stumble head over heels onto the field. that's embarrassing. blue jays won it 1-0. >>> juan ouribe got it going an capped it off with a grand slam. first to hit two home runs in one inning this season. they won in a rout 13-0. the cards' albert pujols knows a thing about hitting a long ball. he's got 41 on the year. cards win it easily 9-2. >>>
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